Ian R Jones 11.Aug.10 08:19 AM a Web browser Domino Designer 6.5.2 FP1 Windows XP
I hope this question is crispy enough...
In Notes 5 days, I could get the two date-times for "modified initially" and "modified in this file" for a document by using LotusScript. My questions are;
1) In Notes 6.5.2 this no longer seems to work. Am I going mad or did the behaviour change from Notes 5 to Notes 6.5?
2) Can you do a similar trick in 6.5.2 with the date-times for"created initially" and "added in this file"?
In Notes 5, this;
Evaluate( "@Modified", doc )
returned the date-time when the document was last updated, on whichever server it was updated, (ie "modified initially") and this;
returned the date-time when that update arrived in the replica you are now in (ie "modified in this file")
I may be going a little mad, but when I try the same thing in Notes 6.5.2, both lines of code always return the same answer; the "modified initially" date-time.
My reason for asking about this is a little "issue" we have suffered, where it would be very helpful if I can distinguish programatically between the two date-times. It would be even better if I could distinguish between "Created initially" and "Added in this file".
Any suggestions gratefully received! Best wishes, Ian